Our Five-plus ideas focus on good jobs, decent incomes, secure and affordable housing and the best start in life for all our children and grandchildren
Bright Blue’s new project aims to push policies which will ensure this really is “the greenest government ever”.
There are negative possibilities for the supply of jobs, positive ones for productivity – and a lot of variation across sections.
Earlier this week, Bright Blue published its report “Standing Alone?” which focuses on self-employed individuals who are in low income households.
This agenda has never been put to the electoral test, whilst the traditionalist strategy can be seen to have had limitations.
Extremism, drugs, bureaucracy: addressing these will take time. Ensuring hygiene and cleanliness should not.
Closing old, unreliable, and highly polluting plants is the cheapest way of ensuring security of supply, cleaning up our air, and tackling climate change.
The Government should give every citizen a lifetime higher education loan account, and exact a levy from major graduate employers to pay for it.
It can improve our health and care service to patients and users, and empower our elderly patients to take more control of their own lives and condition.
You may want less migration. You may want more. But either way, we would have more control – instead of a policy that has already failed.
A Survation poll commissioned by British Future finds that David Cameron’s party won a majority of Hindu votes – and also polled well with other Asian voters in the south.
James Cleverly MP, Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP, Cllr Sean Anstee, Graeme Archer, Professor Tim Bale and others give their suggestions.
They are divorced from reality, almost contemptuous of public opinion and, sadly, irresponsible.
They just want a smaller state and a bigger society.